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The Evanstonian

The news site of Evanston Township High School

The Evanstonian

The news site of Evanston Township High School

The Evanstonian

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Student council seeks out junior leadership

Samantha Idler, News Editor March 30, 2015

While seniors are packing up and getting ready to leave our Wildkit family, juniors are stepping up into leadership roles, especially when it comes to Student Council. “You’ve got to be passionate...

Holocaust survivors share their stories

Loie Gilbert, News Editor March 30, 2015

Four Holocaust survivors will visit ETHS during Holocaust Remembrance Week starting April 21 in order to educate the public about the Holocaust. “This was an epic tragedy that affected so many people...

Dreams Delivered comes to Evanston

Dreams Delivered comes to Evanston

Ivy Hettinger-Roberts, News Editor March 27, 2015

Prom dresses can cost several hundred dollars, but with the eighth annual Dreams Delivered program, you won’t have to spend nearly that much. The Dreams Delivered program, created by the Woman’s...

Adam Gottlieb, Poetry Week host

Poetry Week inspires students stanza by stanza

Eli Baum, News Editor March 27, 2015

You don’t have to be a poet to take part in Poetry Week. Poetry Week will occur next week, beginning with Poetry Performances from poets Adam Gottlieb and Parneshia Jones, the ETHS Slam Team, and...

Youth Job Fair gives opportunities for summer jobs

Camille Allen, News Editor March 27, 2015

If you’re looking for money, this year’s Summer Youth Employment Program (MSYEP) Job Fair on March 28 is the place to be. The fair, that runs from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., is open to students ages 14-18,...

Holocaust survivors share their stories

Loie Gilbert, News Editor March 27, 2015

Four Holocaust survivors will visit ETHS during holocaust remembrance week starting April 21 in order to educate the public about the Holocaust. “This was an epic tragedy that affected so many people...

Student council seeks out junior leadership

Samantha Idler, News Editor March 27, 2015

While seniors are packing up and getting ready to leave our Wildkit family, juniors are stepping up into leadership roles, especially when it comes to Student Council. “You’ve got to be passionate...

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Alternative school ready to expand

Ashley Whyte, News Reporter February 27, 2015

The alternative school at ETHS just started in January, but the progressive new provram is already planning to expand.The program, started this year, is growing rapidly. They will soon welcome a new...

School renovations to focus on planetarium and tennis courts

Ivy Hettinger-Roberts, News Editor February 27, 2015

A nicer planetarium, new tennis courts, and better labs. The Capital Improvements Program will soon be starting renovation work to make these newer facilities available to students during the next school...

World Language Week to share Evanston’s diverse culture

Loie Gilbert, News Editor February 27, 2015

You’ve probably heard that ETHS is a diverse place, but next week’s World Language celebration will give you a new perspective on why. “It’s a great way to draw attention to all the languages...

Evanston to shave heads for cancer research

Samantha Idler, News Editor February 27, 2015

To help raise money and bring awareness for pediatric cancer, St. Baldricks will be shaving heads at ETHS on Tuesday, March 17. “The St. Baldricks event every year helps remind students that there...

Youth homelessness on the rise

Youth homelessness on the rise

Ivy Hettinger, News Editor February 11, 2015

Evanston winters are particularly cold, but for those without a home, it can feel even worse. “If you’re a homeless youth without a family, the only thing you really have to your name is your freedom,”...